from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The largest and innermost toe of the human foot.
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- n. The largest of the toes of a human and some other animals.
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- n. the first largest innermost toe
They wore black hakama kendo trousers and jackets and black tabi over black tabi socks, which isolated the big toe so they could wear the zori sandals.
I could see the side of her foot near her big toe looked pink and peely.
As she gathered up Art's clothes at the dry cleaner's, Ruth flexed her big toe and remembered she was supposed to call Wendy.
Twelve thousand years ago Bali was the big toe of the Sunda Peninsula, an outpost of fertile land that may have supported small populations of pangolins, rhinoceroses, sun bears, orangutans, and elephants.
Other than that, I have a faint heart murmur, and a slight swelling of the big toe that could herald an attack of gout.
Her geysers rise up like hot sewing needles piercing the smoggy air, and her big toe sprouts a boutonniere of fiery pink lotus blossoms.